In 2015 the City of Cape Town (CCT) started with the CFPD method, which is implemented in Watershare’s Network Flow Performance tool. The CFPD method was developed by KWR to analyse flow data for drinking water networks in order to identify and quantify …Continue reading »
More than 320 sensors installed island-wide in Singapore to constantly monitor the pressure, flow and quality of the water in our network.
FeaturesPressure & Water Quality Monitoring Leak/Burst Detection Valve Simulation Hydraulic Modelling Demand Prediction Energy Optimisation
BenefitsReal-time sensing Respond Faster Minimize Disruption Reduce…Continue reading »
JWRC has developed life expectancy data for different pipe materials. The graph shows the proportion of pipes exceeding the life expectancy for different water utilities in Japan. These data enable to set priorities in pipe rehabilitation programmes.…Continue reading »
The Dutch drinking water industry has decades of experience in distributing drinking water without a chlorine residual. In fact, the final step in this process was the renovation in 2006 of the Beerenplaat treatment plant, which is owned by Evides.
In this plant …Continue reading »
In 2010, the first full-scale installation using …Continue reading »
Besides improving the taste, colour and odour of the drinking water, ion exchange treatment also …Continue reading »
In this regard, a multi-year pilot study was …Continue reading »
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Water companies can limit their valve maintenance costs by focusing on the most important failure …Continue reading »
For Waterbedrijf Groningen, the customer minutes lost (CML) can be cut by up to …Continue reading »
A number of Dutch water companies apply the design rule for self-cleaning networks following the hypothesis of particle-related processes.
As a result, the total …Continue reading »
In the networks’ design, the company needs to estimate the maximum water demand for 100-200 connections, involving several types of customers. The design rule they are implementing is based on SIMDEUM® simulation results.MembersKWR…Continue reading »
Historically, DMAs have not been commonly applied in the Netherlands, so implementing a division into DMAs requires a large …Continue reading »
The new design approach generates the following benefits.the total length and volume of the network is smaller; the residence time of…Continue reading »
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There is a need to reduce household water use and many countries are making the transition to separated sewer networks. Both the actions will reduce the wastewater that enters the sewage system. As part a PhD project at …Continue reading »